Some of the biggest stores in the country slash prices on the holiday—and the days leading up to it, as well.
The Fourth of July is an excellent opportunity to grill hot dogs, drink beers, and put off everything you need to get done in the name of celebrating. During the festivities, don't forget to take advantage of some major holiday sales, particularly on kitchen appliances (and beef jerky.) Some of the biggest stores in the country slash prices on the holiday—and the days leading up to it, as well. So if you've been waiting to buy that fancy food processor, the time to buy is now.
Below, find the biggest deals you should hit up on Independence Day, in between hot dogs. As the holiday approaches, we'll keep you updated as more sales and freebies pop up.
Einstein Bros. Bagels: Buy one get one bagel sandwich free (off its Flavors Across America menu).
Potbelly: Customers will receive a BOGO offer on their receipt when they make a purchase of any entrée during that week. Customers can then come in the following day to redeem the BOGO. (BOGO is good for a sandwich or entrée salad at equal or lesser value. July 2 though July 8.)
Lowes: 40% off select appliances. Also: Get up to a $500 gift card via rebate when you buy two or more select appliances that cost $396 or more.
Best Buy: Up to 40% off appliances.
Minibar Delivery: $10 off your first order on Minibar Delivery (code: INDEPENDENCE)
Dickson's Farmstand Meats: Free shipping on beef jerky orders over $30 (code: FREEJERKYSHIPPING)
eBay: 20% off select purchases of $25 or more. (code: PARTYINUSA. Ends July 3.)
Boston Market: $30 family meal including a rotisserie chicken, half rack of ribs, three sides, four pieces of cornbread, and an apple pie.
West Elm: 20% off entire purchase with some exclusions. (Code: JULY4)
Omaha Steaks: Major savings on meat packages.
Mimi’s Cafe: Say "free funnel cake" to server for a free funnel cake with purchase of adult entrée, starting at 11 a.m. on July 4 until supply runs out.
This post will continue to be updated as more deals roll in.